Hawley Meadows Story Trail
Hawley Meadows is an important river floodplain site, with a wet grassland habitat supporting a wide range of wildlife. It is situated near Camberley on the border between Surrey and Hampshire.
Hampshire County Council have cleverly devised stories to accompany family trails. At Hawley Meadows you can tell the story of the The Nymphs and the Boggart story. For the map and story to accompany this trail click here.
Start just over the bridge.
Carry on along the river bank and stop by the big Oak tree.
Go through the trees towards the railway and then turn left. (Or for a slightly shorter route, stay on the river side of the trees.)
Follow the path along with the railway to your right. Turn left and go through the gap; stop when you can see the bridge. Turn right so that the river is on your left, away across the other side of the field.
Carry on until you reach the hedge that crosses the field. Keep going past the Halfway Hedge. When you reach the trees, turn left towards the river. Pause when you reach the metal gate and bridge. Follow the river bank back towards the bridge that leads back to the car park.
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